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Aside from errors (I hope none), the score is as I have it, except that on some rolled left hand chords, instead of using grace notes, I've used tied small white notes borrowing from the previous measure. That's because I want the end of the roll, not the beginning, to coincide with the corresponding chord in the treble. (one such example is at the end of measure 30). I did the same thing in one other place that's written in the score as grace notes, not a roll, at the end of measure 19. Elsewhere, I've used noteworthy's grace notes, though I personally would prefer that grace notes borrow time from before the main note rather than from the beginning of the main note itself. I had to do some gymnastics to get the upper ornament into notworthy in measures 74. 76, and 82. The sound comes out correctly though the notation is distictly flaky. I had to do what I did because I can't include rests as "chord members" in noteworthy, so I'd have to use another staff otherwise.
Will Donaldson - I don't know how much of a role he played, but the piece is usually casually identified just as Gershwin He may have been the arranger.